|Date:||Tuesday, December 11, 2001 12:21 PM|
|From:||Diego Clara (Al Plan de Mareo - Southtirol Italy)
Hello Mebrat Tzehaie,
Really good job with your pages.
I'm a television-journalist and documentarist. I was looking for informations about
Eritrea and Dahlak-Archipelago. I found them on your pages! Many thanks.
I hope local authorities in Eritrea might help us to make some great naturalistic and
touristic documentary-films at your country. Thanks a lot for your homepage.
|Date:||Tuesday, December 04, 2001 12:40 AM|
|From:||Meli Black (Stratford, Ontario, Canada)
Thank you very much for the great web-site.
I work with a women named Eritrea, and when she told me her name was spelled like
the country my first reaction was that we were not understanding each other's English.
If you have time, can you please tell me what I can do to make her feel more happy this
Christmas? (I think her and her daughter is very isolated in Canada)
|Date:||Thursday, November 29, 2001 10:35 PM|
|From:||Dr. Hans Obermueller (Germany)
Hi Mebrat, while looking for a place to dive in the red sea I reached your homepage.
Very comprehensive, very honest. Next year we're planning a trip to Dahlak Kabir.
|Date:||Saturday, November 24, 2001 6:38 PM|
|From:||Theo Truter (Deneysville South Africa)
Excellent web pages.
|Date:||Wednesday, November 07, 2001 12:01 PM|
|From:||Kjell Ivar Tangen (Oslo Norway)
A very informative Homepage.
Kjell Ivar Tangen
|Date:||Saturday, October 27, 2001 2:15 AM|
|From:||Abdulsalam Nurahmed Younus (Unley, Australia)
Wonderful memories come with the visions of the city I was born in.
The love will always be there. I visit this site regularly with my children.
|Date:||Friday, October 19, 2001 8:09 PM|
|From:||ANTONAZZI LORENZA (Porto Recanati, Italy)
Ciao Mebrat, per favore mandami notizie di Asmara, di come vanno le cose e di come sta la
gente. Mi manca molto Asmara e spero di poter venire a visitare al piu' presto, saluti da
mia madre che e, Eritrea di Keren (Bilena), tanti saluti e auguri a tutti.
|Date:||Wednesday, October 17, 2001 11:51 PM|
|From:||Massimo Reggiani (Phoenix, Arizona, USA)
Thank you for your Web Site. Lots of good info.
I was born in Massawa and grew up in Mostly Tiravolo, Asmara.
I attended school in Nefasit(college). I remember Padre Thomaso and Padre Frangelo.
I also attended school in Camboni.
If anyone remembers me or my brother Michael, pls. lets get in touch.
Thanks again for the memories.
Beste Hans en Mebrat,
Onze school houdt in februari een project " Landen in deze wereld". De Eritrese families
Fesehasion en Abraha hebben hun kinderen bij ons op school. Groep 8 en hun leerkrachten
hebben Noord-Afrika, toegespitst op Eritrea, gekozen, mede omdat Johannes (Tesfay) Feshasion
deel uit maakt van deze groep. Mede met zijn ouders en zus Almaz gaan we het project opzetten.
Jullie bericht heb ik ontvangen. We zullen de informatie van het internet betrekken en ons
voordeel er mee doen.
Met vriendelijke groet,
Henk Mesker, directeur en mede leerkracht groep 8.
I thought that your site was great. I learned alot about the people of Eritrea, and their
capital city Asmara. Im happy that you showed the progress of the Eritrean people the cities
and also historical buildings. I think sometime in the future I would like to take a trip
I love Eritrea, I want know many informations about
possibilities for extrangers (Italian people) of investements and
proprietiers (house and other) because I want live here.
Like all the visitors I would like to tell you, to keep up the good work.
It is nice to find some information about my country. There were allot of facts I did not know
Goed om dingen te over Eritrea te zien en lezen. Ik ben er sinds mijn zevende niet meer
Dear Mebrat Tzehaie
I cannot empasise enough how pleased I feel to browse through this Page.
I was born in Asmara myself and lived in Eritrea upto 1967.
You have certainly rekindled old and very fond memories of the country, its
people and its traditions.
I have been living in England since 1967 and luckily I can now get 'berbere'
and all other ingredients which I have also introduced to my own family in
this country.... and they love it.
I wonder if you could perhaps give me the recipe of how to prepare 'injera'.
I will like to hear from you and of Eritrea.
With sincere thanks
I am proud of you, keep up the good work. God Bless you.
I truly enjoyed the pictures you have posted. for a person who just came back from 3 month
trip to Eritrea. I appreciated the pictures on the children selling gum and "soft" on the street
the most. I felt, it served an educating tool. In reviving awarness amongest, Eritreans who are
living outside Eritrea, and never seen it for themselves.
|Date:||Friday, August 17, 2001 12:37 AM|
|From:||Haddas Logan-Burns (Baltimore, Maryland, United states)
I was an orphan child at the school of nursing in Asmara. Than I went to Comboni for four years
before I came to America. I lived in Asmara from 1956-1969. I have lost contact with everyone
and every thing that was part of my life in Asmara. Thank-you again for a wonderful trip and
contact with something I thought was lost. Tonight my daughter and I had a beautiful evening
walking thru my Asmara and the new Asmara. it is as beautiful as I remembered it to be.
with great heartfelt thank-you
and great love from a sister
|Date:||Friday, August 17, 2001 12:11 AM|
|From:||Sirena Logan-Burns (Baltimore, Maryland, United States)
Thank you so much for the pictures. My mother told me about your site, and I had to look.
now I know a little about where my mom grew up. Thank you again...
|Date:||Friday, August 10, 2001 6:19 AM|
|From:||Traute Graubner (Lübeck Germany)
I would like to find Mr. Yebio Sium from Asmara. If anyone reading this message knows (how to
reach) him, please contact me.
your homepage is very nice, I like it.
love from Traute.
What a breath of fresh air about Eritrea. The very best, I love it.
Hello, I am Belula.
I live in Amsterdam. I liked this home page alot.
I am Eritrean too. Ik kan gewoon Nederlands praten want jullie komen toch uit Rotterdam?
keep on doing the good work!
|Date:||Thursday, August 02, 2001 5:39 AM|
|From:||Jonathan Hunt (San Francisco, CALIFORNIA, USA)
Wonderful pages, one of the best travel pages ever, about a fantasticlly interesting area...
|Date:||Wednesday, August 01, 2001 1:51 AM|
|From:||Melody Miller (Warnack) (Fenton Michigan, U.S.A.)
I lived in Asmera when I was little. My father was stationed on Kagnew Army base. His name was
captain Joseph Warnack. I lived there in 1962 and 63. Although my memories are few, I still
recall how wonderful the people were. I would love to go back and see it again. I wonder if
the house we lived in is still standing. It was across the street from a church where the road
circled around it. It was off base and down the street.
|Date:||Saturday, July 28, 2001 2:13 AM|
|From:||David Tuttle (Angola, Indiana, USA)
The pictures and stories are wonderful!
I was stationed at Kagnew Station in Asmara, from 1967-1969. I have many fond and wonderful memories of Eritrea.
My wife and I plan to travel to Asmara in 2002. We will continue to reference your Website and keep updated on the latest news.
Thank you for the lovely view of Eritrea. I am a Minister and I plan to locate
my mission in Eritrea to help those in need. Because of you I am able to reach
through mail the company that offers tapes on learning the Trigrinya language.
This was my concern until I viewed your website.
God bless you!
|Date:||Thursday, July 26, 2001 4:41 AM|
|From:||John C. Calhoun (Akron, Ohio, USA)
I very much enjoyed my stay on Asmara from June 1968 thru June 1970. Thank you for restoring
some of the best memories through your pictures and descriptions of the places in and around
: Friday, July 20, 2001 11:04 AM|
|From:||Hassan (Hargeisa Somaliland)
Congratulations... Very nice website.
I had some Eritrean friends back in Hargeisa, I used to wonder how Eritrea might have looked
like... You showed me a lot... and it is nice place.
Dear Hans and Mebrat,
I happen to have a young Ethiopian girl friend at Asmara. I was looking at your page to try to
understand better the places where she lives. My compliments, your page is helping me a lot.
Thursday, July 05, 2001 10:23 PM|
|From:||Michael Melone (West Hartford USA)
Great overview of Eritrea . . .
Very close friends of mine are Eritreans from Asmara. I am going to their house very soon
for some lamb Zigini and coffee . . .
Now I know to bring some popcorn to add to the coffee ceremony. I feel very fortunate because
they will teach me how to make the Zigini and Ancheta.
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